News Round Up w/e 23rd May 2021
News and snippets from Zen cyber-space
This week from Zen cyber space, an online event from the Buddhist Society introducing Zen practice (from the same lineage as The Zen Gateway), research into how meditation affects gene regulation, and seeing the Buddha nature in those on the opposing side of the political spectrum.
The Buddhist Society: Zen Sundays online event from the Buddhist Society: Zen Sundays are for newcomers wishing to learn more about Zen Buddhism and seasoned practitioners alike.
When You Meditate, You Might Also Be Regulating Your Genes - Mindful Research is beginning to illuminate the intricate connection between chronic stress, inflammation, DNA, and mindfulness practice.
Get Your Energy Back with These Adrenal Health Tips - Mindful Trying to pin down why you’re constantly exhausted can feel, well, exhausting. Experts say part of the solution could involve nurturing your adrenal health.
How to Meditate Every Day - Lion's Roar (lionsroar.com) Diana Winston on committing to meditation practice. Featuring her “Ten Suggestions for Having a Regular Daily Practice Even if You Would Rather Be Thrown into a Shark-Infested Ocean.”
Frequently Asked Questions about Buddhism - Lion's Roar (lionsroar.com) Short answers to the most common questions about Buddhism.
Does Your Enemy Have Buddhanature? - Tricycle: The Buddhist Review A former legislator struggles to see the Buddha in her political opponents
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